We held a KR1 investor evening together with ADVFN in the City of London on November 11th to meet our investors, prospective shareholders and update them with a KR1 presentation. It was a full house with around 50 investors and analysts, who were fully engaged with the presentation and especially the Q&A session that followed. The full KR1 ADVFN Investor Event YouTube video including the Q&A can be found below.
We also updated our NEX Exchange video profile this month, see below.
KR1 on the Road
While Keld & George updated investors we were still represented out in the US at the most important blockchain weeks and ecosystems in San Francisco and New York. We took meetings and sessions with current portfolio projects as well as potential new and upcoming ones and also connected with friendly partners like other crypto funds or research establishments around the New York Consensus conference in New York and the San Francisco Blockchain week.
We were also excited to see so many quality projects at the Cosmos sponsored San Francisco DeFi hackathon. Over 600 developers joined in the hacking party to hack on Cosmos, Ethereum, Cosmos’ upcoming ‘Inter Blockchain Communication’ protocol, see recap video below.
KR1 Portfolio Updates
Dfinity finally unveiled some of the technology and code they’ve been working on since we funded them almost one and a half years ago, Dominik presented the Dfinity Canister SDK to an invited audience of coders, hackers, investors and Dfinity enthusiasts. They also unveiled Motoko, a powerful new programming language that was designed in-house by the Dfinity team.
We were excited to see Vega release their whitepaper:
Another lite/whitepaper release, existing internet protocols leak sensitive data at both network and application levels. Nym are developing the infrastructure to prevent this data leakage and solve this problem.
KR1 in the Media
KR1 is Europe’s leading digital asset investment company supporting early-stage decentralised and open-source blockchain projects. Founded in 2016, KR1 has been a notable first investor in many key projects that will power the new wave of decentralised platforms, digital assets and protocols.
In the spirit of the open and decentralised movement, investors or institutions can buy KR1 shares to gain exposure to crypto markets through the London-based NEX public stock exchange (KR1:NEX).